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  • Updated: January 21, 2023

CBN Partners Traders Unions To Create Awareness On New Naira Notes

As a way of facilitating public awareness about the redesigned naira notes, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has sort the collaboration of traders unions in Abuja.

Addressing traders and their leaders during a sensitisation exercise by the bank at Garki modern market in Abuja, the Managing Director of NIRSAL Microfinance Bank, Dr Abdullahi Abubakar Kure said “We have enough stock of new notes.”

Against insinuation that the new notes were in scarce circulation, Kure said the CBN has asked the commercial banks to and pick the notes and load in their Automated Teller Machines.

“We are taking this message to all nook and crannies of FCT.

"We are here to solicit your support to help us convey the messages to your subjects,” Kure who is also a CBN director stated.

"At the expiration of deadline, your old notes are useless.

"The second leg of the excercise is to enlighten on cashless policy.

"Endeavour to use all the cashless transaction points such as POS, internet enabled banking, USSD for your transactions,” he added.

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